Will Someone Else Leap In?

Instead of shrinking the Democratic field, the New Hampshire vote may expand it by tempting some newcomers to enter the race

And so the big Democratic winner in the New Hampshire primary, the man who will use his victory there to roll his way to the nomination in July, turns out to be . . . er . . . uh . . . nobody. Or at least not any of the five principal candidates who were on the ballot. It could possibly be someone who still is not officially in the race but who may yet try to pull off a feat unthinkable even four years ago and just barely imaginable now: plunging into the contest in its late stages and...

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